Opening Times
Building

In light of the most recent Government advice, Sage Gateshead will be closed to the public until further notice.

The health and safety of audiences, musicians and staff at Sage Gateshead is our priority. Keep up to date here.

 

Opening Times:
Building

In light of the most recent Government advice, Sage Gateshead will be closed to the public until further notice.

The health and safety of audiences, musicians and staff at Sage Gateshead is our priority. Keep up to date here.

 

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Campaign Donor Recognition Board

We are hugely grateful to everyone who is supporting Sage Gateshead through these challenging times. You make a future for live music in the North East possible. Thank you.

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Our campaign was launched in May 2020 and aims to raise £1 million in each of the next 3 years to ensure our recovery and a bright long-term future, one in which Sage Gateshead uses music to improve the lives of people living in the North East and wider North.

Our progress to date…

V1 SG (200k) ToCrisis, Recovery and Renaissance Campaign Totaliser is currently at £200,000taliser

Crisis, Recovery and Renaissance Campaign Patrons

We are grateful to our Campaign Patrons, Dame Margaret Barbour and Sting, for their support and endorsement of our 3-year fundraising campaign.

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Dame Margaret Barbour

“Sage Gateshead plays an important part in providing a varied programme of music and cultural events for everyone in the North East to enjoy and is a vital part of our region now.”

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Sting

“Sage Gateshead is a vital and irreplaceable part of musical life in the North East. It’s a world-class venue that attracts musicians from across the globe, nurtures the next generation of musicians from our region, and does amazing work with communities.

As a result of the global pandemic, they’re now facing significant financial challenges. I’m delighted to be able to support their current 3-year campaign as a Patron, and I hope they’ll bounce back from this crisis to make live music a major part of the North East’s recovery.” Image Credit: Eric Ryan Anderson

Sage Gateshead Champions

With heartfelt thanks to the following Champions who are supporting the Crisis, Recovery & Renaissance campaign. 

The Bragg Family
John and Moyra Horseman

Our thanks also go to those Sage Gateshead Champions who prefer to remain anonymous.

Sage Gateshead Promoters

With heartfelt thanks to the following Promoters who are supporting the Crisis, Recovery & Renaissance campaign. 

Ros and Alan Share

With additional thanks to those Sage Gateshead Promoters who wish to remain anonymous.

Sage Gateshead Advocates

With heartfelt thanks to the following Advocates who are supporting the Crisis, Recovery & Renaissance campaign.

Mrs. June Atkinson
Mr. P and Mrs. A Close
Jim Craigie
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Sylvia Fuller

Olivia Grant
Poppy Holden
Dr. and Mrs. N. Hutton
Alan Johnson

Jennifer Lauch
Emeritus Professor Peter and Dr Elizabeth Manning
The Middleton Family
Christine Swales

Nick and Linda Norris
John Nutman
Mrs. Elspeth Pyman
Mrs Merle Rewcastle
The Richardson Family
Dr. Mike Rogers

Nick Rossiter
Corinne Saunders and David Fuller
Margaret and John Shipley
Tahir
Professor Brian and Mrs Ruth Tanner
Anne Williams and Simon Pallett

With additional thanks to the many Sage Gateshead Advocates who wish to remain anonymous.

Sage Gateshead Affiliates

With heartfelt thanks to the following Affiliates who are supporting the Crisis, Recovery & Renaissance campaign.

Ginny and David Bennett
Dr Evelyn Brown
Isobel and Bill Colbeck
Christine Elton
Roger Fern
Elizabeth and Philip Home
Peggy Hooton
Michael Lister

Michael Matthews
Barnabas Palmer

Prof and Mrs K Pratt
Tony and Anne Purdie
Ray Sams
Paula Mulvenna and Nicola Sugden
Anne Sweetman & Nigel Cross
Alan and Tricia Volkers
Alison Watson
Alison and Michael West
Kevin & Sue Williams

Susan Wilton
Wendy Dale & Mike Worthington

With additional thanks to those Sage Gateshead Affiliates who wish to remain anonymous.

Sage Gateshead Associates

With heartfelt thanks to the following Associates who are supporting the Crisis, Recovery & Renaissance campaign.

Fraser Anderson
Howard Armstrong
Di Barnes
Mrs Yvonne Bell
Michael & Linda Black
Alice Bondi & Kate Webb
Annabel Brown
P. and D. Butler
Ged Cain
Daniel Campbell & Victoria Timberlake
Peter Campbell
Chandler Family
Martin Chapple
Michael Clarke
Heather Cordell
The Cottrell Family
Dr Steven Cruickshank
Janet Davies
Jane Dickinson
Paul and Christine Dobson
L Donelly
Dr Terry & Mrs Stella Douglas
Jon & Andi Duffield
Patrick and Wendy Easen
Rachel Fenton

Brid Fitzpatrick
Louise D Fortune
Susan and Martin Foulkes
Professor Carlos Frenk & Dr Susan Frenk
J Fullard

The Gerrand Family
Ann Gittins
John and Avril Hannon
Hilary Hargreaves

Mrs Anne and Dr Jamie Harrison
John Harrold
Natalie Heath
Nick & Jean Heather
Canon R Hill
Valerie Hill
Sue Jenkins
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Martin and Linda Johnson
Hamish Kilgour

Barbara Lamb
Mrs Judith Lees
Margaret Maddison
Mrs L. Maglio

J. Odgers & D. Mallo
Mary and Stuart Manley
Jack and Tina Massey
Joyce McAndrew
Prof and Mrs DA McCollum-Oldroyd
Roy & Svend McEwan-Brown
Dr M McKendrick
Dr EM McNeil Grist & Dr RW Grist
Alan & Jean Metcalfe
Doreen Middlemast
Mr Robert Middlemist
Dr M A Miller
Max Million
Dr & Mrs PJ Mitchell
Mrs F Monteith-Preston
Kate Moore
Dr. Alan K. Penman
Mr. Maurice W. Powell
Anne Ramsay
Mrs. I. Rayson

Gareth & Carole Reeves
Jonathan and Rachel Rew
Prof. and Mrs. Round, Penzance, Cornwall
Jo Setchell
David and Sue Slater
Geoff and Lesley Steele
June Svenson
Carol Thompson
Sue Tideswell
Cath and Nigel Todd
The Walton family
Judith Wardell and Sandy Wilson
Mr D. Watson
The Thompson / Williams Family
Mrs. L. Willis
Lucy Winskell OBE DL
Lee Wiper
Pauline York

With additional thanks to those Sage Gateshead Associates who wish to remain anonymous.

Trust and Foundation Supporters

We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the many Trusts and Foundations who are supporting a broad range of our work this year.

29th May 1961 Charitable Trust
Ambache Trust
Austin and Hope Pilkington Charitable Trust
Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust
Daiwa Foundation
Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
Foyle Foundation
Garfield Weston Foundation
Hays Travel Foundation
Kavli Trust
LNER Customer and Communities Investment Fund
National Lottery Community Fund
Netherton Park Trust
Persimmon Building Futures

PRS Foundation
Sir James Knott Trust
St Nicholas’ Educational Trust
Stuart Halbert Foundation
The Barbour Foundation
The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust
The Hadrian Trust
The Marchus Trust
The Percy Hedley 1990 Trust
The Shears Foundation
W A Handley Charity Trust
Wolfson Foundation
Youth Music

Our thanks also to our Trust and Foundation supporters who wish to remain anonymous.

Our progress to date...

Crisis, Recovery and Renaissance Campaign Totaliser is currently at £200,000